Those look cool and convenient.
I ended up picking up the Arcan 2.5 ton hybrid floor jack I found at a different Costco. The Northern Tool had the 3.5 ton model on sale for $139 (vs. Costco's price, when they have it, of ~$100), but I decided to go with the hybrid because it is 60 lbs vs 100 lbs. I sacrificed an inch of lift in the process, but the ~18" lift on the hybrid sufficed.
The biggest win came from using my cordless impact driver
(not impact wrench) with a 1/2" socket adapter for the socket for the lug nuts. It's really not designed for the 100 ft-lbs of torque on the nuts and struggled for a couple seconds to get them started, but on the other hand I don't have to worry about overtorquing the nuts when done. Torque wrench confirmed there was still a quarter to half turn left to go to get 105 ft-lbs after the impact driver started hammering.
Major time saver, and no hoses to deal with.
BTW, thanks to all the replies I did indeed follow the owner's manual rotation pattern. It really only requires two jack stands to do this anyway.